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Jul 10, 2013 11:00pm PDT
. >> that is still possible, you know. >> after my family migrated to new zealand, i came to the law school there thinking a law degree might give me a good foundation to do something for taiwan's sunday in a diplomatic capacity. -- 4 tie 1 sunday in a diplomatic capacity. after my degree, i came to understand the needs of the taiwanese community in new zealand. i realized i could be their legal advocate and make a practical difference to their lives in new zealand by being their lawyer to help them present their views. >> that was the motivation for becoming a lawyer who specializes in the area of cross-cultural dispute resolution. >> yes. as a lawyer and as taiwanese, we all aspire to be successful. there was the opportunity for me to become a corporate lawyer just like everyone else. i could be serving banks and airlines as clients with a big starting salary possibly. denise i saw in the community in new zealand was there is a group of migrants who are very successful, hard-working, but they do not have their voices heard as easily as they could into one, possibly because of the language
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